1. Glastonbury for Geeks.
People travelled all over the world to what BBC News presenter described as some kind of tech avalon. They even slept in tents inside the 02 Arena. Although unlike at Glastonbury, George Osborne turned up to make a speech.
2. Glastonbury for Accountants.
Full details of all the carnage, including where to get your caffiene fix, at AccountingWeb.
3. Glastonbury for Farmers.
I’ve been to the Great Yorkshire Show today. It is like Glastonbury for farmers. I imagine.
4. Glastonbury for Marketeers.
At #Funnel13 listening to @philipmart1n talk about their B2B in-bound strategy - #FOM13 is a bit like Glastonbury for marketeers…
5. Glastonbury for Onions.
The Apple Store
Newent Onion Fayre - like Glastonbury for Onions. 14th Sept. http://t.co/qmN74rKtIf Don’t miss a minute, stay with us!
6. Glastonbury for Cycling Fans.
Finish of today’s #ToB2013 stage was like Glastonbury for cycling fans
To be fair to The Tour Of Britain, it did look quite muddy.
7. Glastonbury for Little People.
8. Glastonbury for Chavs.
9. Glastonbury for the Mind.
10. Glastonbury for the Young and Attractive.
11. Glastonbury for Daisies.
12. Glastonbury for the Average Radio 4 Listener.
13. Glastonbury for Greengrocers.
14. Glastonbury On A Screen.
A Field In England - out 5th July - is an oft sublime kaleidoscope of a film; like Glastonbury, on a screen, without the need for wet wipes
Perhaps a strange way to describe Ben Wheatley’s surreal movie set during the English Civil War, but hey.
15. Even the Tory Party Conference is like Glastonbury now.
The Tory Party Conference is like a Glastonbury for people who hate mud. And music. And joy. And love. And life. AND ALL THAT IS GOOD.
16. A Glastonbury for Gimps.
Conservative Conference is like Disneyland for Tories,or as a politico I bumped into this morning put it rather well,”Glastonbury for gimps”
With thanks for inspiration to Warren Chrismas.